[ US /ˌɪɹəˈspɑnsəbɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɪɹɪspˈɒnsəbli/ ]
  1. in an irresponsible manner
    he acted irresponsibly
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How To Use irresponsibly In A Sentence

  • Some observers, ranging ecumenically from the Wall Street Journal’s editorial page to Islamofascist cheerleader George Soros, blame Ben Bernanke and his crew for irresponsibly expanding the money supply. Stromata Blog:
  • Programme-makers seem irresponsibly insouciant about churning out violence.
  • Not a whisper from the right on the fiscal madness of that or actually Cutting Taxes irresponsibly while troops suffered in the field for lack of good armor protection. Jimmy Carter on race, the South and President Obama (Blog for Democracy)
  • There is an all too-human tendency to rationalise our own behaviour, especially when we act irresponsibly or cruelly.
  • Those who act irresponsibly must not count on taxpayer dollars.
  • It admitted that the clip - available to users as young as 13 - 'improperly and irresponsibly glorifies violence'. The Sun
  • Unlike the greedy profiteers and corporate chieftains who actually made money on those stocks, we were not acting irresponsibly.
  • McCain is calling for a "suspension of his campaign so he can ride his white horse back to the capital, frollick hand in hand with everyone to get this" dyer "sitatuation, WHICH THEY, AND THEY being our corrupt officials, have created irresponsibly. Alex Jones' Prison
  • And perhaps it could also examine how arachnophobia is perpetuated by people irresponsibly depicting spiders as terrifying monsters. Times, Sunday Times
  • The brilliance of the Right was in wildly and irresponsibly staking outrageous positions.
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